Effects of the simulated normal pressure environment of disabled submarine on lymphocyte subset distribution

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MA Jun()
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CHEN Rui-yong()
MENG Miao()
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Journal Title:
CHINESE JOURNAL OF NAUTICAL MEDICINE AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE
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Volume 13, Issue 05, 2006
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